We're not doing enough.
We're right on track and taking appropriate measures.
We're blowing it way out of proportion.
If you don't understand that, you're not paying attention.
There is still no reason not to confront the bully and no violence need be involved.
I am surprised you'd support it.
"I can't abide women who poke their noses into other people's business."
“Men are strange. I think it has something to do with the hair on their chins.”
If, when defending your support for Donald Trump, and your response is,
"But but but... HILLARY!!!", then you lost the argument before you even began.
Maybe I was lucky. I didn't blow things out of proportion as a teenager, and even at that age I was still a pretty rational being. I also wasn't really "bullied". I was picked on a little; we all were. Hell, I had a little jock in me (starting varsity pitcher as a sophomore) and I still got razzed. I coped. I dealt with it. Now, if I'm just getting my ass whipped in the locker room or bathroom on a semi-regular basis, I support stepping in. If I'm getting harassed to a point where it's clearly and adversely affecting everyday life, I support stepping in. However, if I'm just getting my feelings hurt by a few baseless juvenile comments, I'm not about to go call a cop or try to hide my feelings behind unnecessary legislature. We need these growing pains to become fully functioning adults.
I think the problem lately is that "bullying" has become so watered down that it includes anything worse than "you're a poopy head".